Dunk Contest

Kobe Paras (Philippines) made history by becoming the first-ever player to win two gold medals at the FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships Dunk Contest.

FINAL
GOLD Kobe Paras (Philippines)
SILVER Jalek Felton (USA)
BRONZE Agustin da Costa (Uruguay)
4th Márk Boros (Hungary) 

 

The Dunk Contest qualifiers were held on the Main Court on Saturday 6 June at 16.40CET.

The semi-final and the final were staged on the Main Court on Sunday 7 June at 20.10CET.

Participants: Up to 1 player per team (men's only)

Rounds: Players have 75 seconds and 3 attempts per round to complete a dunk. The only exception is the third round of the final where there is no time limit. The first successful dunk is considered the valid one. The dunks are marked (0, 5-10) by each one of the 3 members of the jury.

Qualification: Players compete during 2 rounds. The 4 players with the highest scores advance to the next stage, which consists of a semi-final and a final. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

2015 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships
DUNK CONTEST - QUALIFICATION
     
Philippines Kobe Paras 28 28 56
Uruguay Agustin DA COSTA 27 27 54
USA Jalek FELTON 28 26 54
Hungary Márk BOROS 26 27 53
New Zealand Tai WYNYARD 25 27 52
France Killian TILLIE 24 25 49
Turkey Mert BAŞDAN 21 27 48
Estonia Madis SOODLA 25 22 47
Egypt Omar EL-SHEIKH 21 23 44
Andorra Alexis BARTOLOME 20 20 40
Germany Finn Eckhardt 19 21 40
Russia Edvard SHARNIN 23 0 23
Romania Casale AMEDEO 22 0 22
Brazil Gabriel MARTINS RODRIGUES 0 0 0

 

Semi-Final: Players compete during 2 rounds. The 2 players with the highest scores advance to the final. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

Final: The 2 finalists compete during 3 rounds. In case of a tie, the tied players dunk again. In case of a second tie, the jury takes a majority decision.

Medals: The player with the highest score wins gold, the final runner-up strikes silver and the player with the third-highest score in the semi-final earns a bronze medal.

History:

YEAR VENUE GOLD SILVER BRONZE
2013 JAKARTA, INDONESIA

PHILIPPINES (PHI)

Kobe Paras

SPAIN (ESP)

Antonio Morales

USA (USA)

Demonte Flannigan

CHINA (CHN)

Sun Ming Hui

2012 ALCOBENDAS, SPAIN

GERMANY (GER)

Terry Thomas

ESTONIA (EST)

Martin Jurtom

USA (USA)

Rondae Jefferson

Switzerland (SUI)

Cyril Baechler

2011 RIMINI, ITALY

CANADA (CAN)

Dyshwan Pierre

CZECH REPUBLIC (CZE)

Dalibor Fait

BULGARIA (BUL)

Alex Simeonov

DENMARK (DEN)

Alexander Birketoft